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    Supplying power to a UPS

    Bit confused on howto supply power to a Smart 5000va ups .

    Do these need to be wired in by an electrician ? , i have hard wired it in directly to the UPS . Im assuming though i cant power it via a normal plug socket with a 13a fuse ? its connected to our mains which has a circuit breaker down stairs .

    Any help ? as all our smaller UPS's ( which this is replacing) , just plug into a socket ! .

    Thanks !
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    The large ones need to be wired in properly by an electrician.

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